Magic Millions Sales Pty Ltd today announced amendments to The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions January Carnival calendar of events for 2021 featuring the Magic Millions Raceday, Barrier Draw and the iconic Thoroughbred Beach Run
In an effort to provide a COVID-safe environment for staff, clients and the broader, local community, the Pacific Fair Magic Millions Polo has been postponed until January 2022, however for the first time in history, the January Gold Coast Yearling Sale will run across seven consecutive days giving fans more opportunities to witness the exciting auctions.
Magic Millions Managing Director, Barry Bowditch said:
“The Magic Millions Yearling Sales and the fulfilment of The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Raceday will be our total focus in January 2021. We have a proven track record of outperforming the market in a COVID-19 safe environment, as evidenced by our recent results at the Magic Millions National Sale in July
“Whilst trackside at The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Raceday might be reduced in capacity, the line up on-course and $10.25 million prizemoney on offer will guarantee our owners a thrilling day of racing. We are optimistic that the COVID-19 risks will be significantly alleviated by January 2022. Stand-by for The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Carnival to be back bigger and better than ever in 2022.”
For more information on this and The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Carnival, visit the official Magic Millions website
The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Barrier Draw and Thoroughbred Beach Run is proudly supported by Major Events Gold Coast